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on the apple site for logic board problems, it says this:

The program is available for certain iBook models (see below for a complete list) with serial numbers in the following range:

UV117XXXXXX to UV342XXXXXX

would my ibook fall in this range??? ibook serial is UV135XXXXXX

thanks in advance
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Just give Apple a quick call and see....
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on the apple site for logic board problems, it says this:

The program is available for certain iBook models (see below for a complete list) with serial numbers in the following range:

UV117XXXXXX to UV342XXXXXX

would my ibook fall in this range??? ibook serial is UV135XXXXXX

thanks in advance
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Yes, it is within range of serial numbers
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